Analysis of Magnetorheological Normally Close Directional Control Valve
Magnetorheological normally close directional control valve
This valve is intended for use in valves for steering movement, using the qualities of the Magneto-rheological (MR) fluid to regulate the fluid, direct contact without the utilization of moving parts like a spool, a connection between electric flux, and fluid power was made, The simulation was done to employ the" finite element method of magnetism (FEMM)" to arrive at the best design. This software is used for magnetic resonance valve finite element analysis. The valve's best performance was obtained by using a closed directional control valve in the normal state normally closed (NC) MR valve, with simulation results revealing the optimum magnetic flux density in the absence of a current and the shedding condition, as well as the optimum pressure. Finally, the MR valve proved successful in proportionally dominant in the direction and the quickness of the hydraulic actuators, and the new model allows hydraulic valves to be replaced with smaller valves while also lowering complexity.
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